Dd wrt not getting wan ip
Dd-wrt – basic configuration
On an older Linksys WRT54G v8 wireless router, I’m using DD-WRT. All works fine before I try to do some more precise routing. This does not seem to be related to DD-WRT, and it may be a simple network paradigm that I am overlooking.
I’m sure there are many ways to do this with DD-WRT, but I went with the simplest option and configured the WAN port to receive an IP from the main network’s DHCP server, which is on the 10.0.0.0/24 network. This element works flawlessly (currently, the IP address is 10.0.0.84 on the WAN port).
However, I am unable to connect to the internet. I can ping the LAN/WLAN subnet at 192.168.200.1 without issue while linked wirelessly, and I can also ping 10.0.0.84 (WAN interface) without issue. Anything beyond that, however, does not respond to ping.
I’m still unable to get anything to function here. What am I overlooking? I’ve even tried Dynamic routing since what I’m doing is essentially a plug-and-play process on every standard network with this configuration, but it’s still not working.
Next, reboot your DD-WRT router. They can be glitchy at times. Do you have the right gateway and subnet settings for your 10.0.0.0/24 network in your DD-WRT WAN setup? Static WAN settings get a thumbs up. You can also reset DD-WRT to factory settings and then reconnect it in the same manner.
Dd wrt router configuration part 1
I was given an Arris/Motorola modem/router, and it appears that my E900 will not be able to get a WAN IP with it. I tried flashing the major 21061 version of ddwrt after trying power cycles and 30/30/30 resets (I knew it’d do nothing, but I was out of options).
Nothing worked after I tried power cycling in various orders, erasing nvram, and 30/30/30 on both the router and the modem. I even tried unplugging the modem for ten minutes in the hopes that it would save another MAC address. There’s nothing.
My ISP, according to my understanding, has semi-dynamic IP. When you attach it to a new computer, it assigns you an IP address. The IP will last for months if no new devices are connected to the modem and the device’s MAC address is not changed. That’s what I’ve deduced from my many years of experience with their service.
Dd-wrt dnsmasq setup and local dns
Okay, I’ve got a major issue, and I’m hoping it’s not because my router is broken.
How to solve noip ddns not recieving ip address updates
I skipped the first two steps referring to usingvxworks killer g v06.zip and the VXWorks Killer image tool to generate an image of my WRT54G MAC address, as described athttp://thescorpion420.dyndns.org/portal/content/view/27/36/. Since I messed up the first move, I couldn’t get to the “Management Mode Firmware Upgrade Screen.” So I simply uploaded a picture of dd-wrt.v23 micro generic.bin using tftp.exe. Now I can see the DD-WRT Control Panel at http://192.168.1.1, but it won’t read my LAN/WAN IP. When I go to status, all I see is:Login TypeAutomatic Configuration – DHCPLogin IP Address0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0 0.0.0.0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0/0 0.0.0.0 is the gateway address. DNS 1: DNS 2: DNS 3: DNS 4: DNS 5: DNS 6: DNS 0 days 00:00:00 0 days 00:00:00 0 days 00:00:00 0 days 00:0 Also, because I skipped the MAC ADDRESS imaging step, my router’s MAC Address is the DD-WRT default: 00:40:10:10:00:02. Is there any way to revert to the original Linksys control panel, or at the very least fix the DD-WRT configurations? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Please accept my heartfelt gratitude!
There could be a number of reasons why your DD-WRT router is unable to connect to the VPN. We’ll go over the most common ones in this article, as well as all possible fixes, workarounds, and alternatives.
Most routers (such as ASUS, TP-LINK, Mikrotik, and others) can connect to the VPN right out of the box, but some models use incompatible VPN implementations and thus cannot connect. For full VPN functionality, alternative firmware (e.g. DD-WRT, OpenWRT, Tomato) must be flashed onto the routers in these cases.
All devices connected to the DD-WRT router will use the VPN connection, while those connected “before” the DD-WRT router (i.e., directly to your DSL modem or gateway router) will use your regular internet connection.
OK, before now configuring your DD-WRT router for the VPN, you should check if the router is able to connect to the internet at all. Make sure the DD-WRT router is connected to your DSL-Modem or gateway-router. You can now check the tabs STATUS>WAN and STATUS>LAN to see the routers current connection status.